Comic Timing: Eight Comedians With Stylish Watch Collections

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Mr Richard Pryor in his vacation house, Hawaii, 1981. Photograph by Mr Steve Schapiro/Corbs via Getty Images

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01. Mr Jerry Seinfeld

Mr Jerry Seinfeld in the street

As the co-creator, writer and star of the eponymous American sitcom, Mr Jerry Seinfeld was once named the 12th greatest stand-up comedian of all time. That accolade speaks for itself, having become a staple of the modern US comedy landscape. Seinfeld’s horological heart belongs to Breitling. Photographed here in 1990, he can be seen wearing a Chronomat on its bullet bracelet – an iconic design, brought back in 2020 – complete with accents of 18k yellow gold on the bezel rider tabs, pushers and crown. The watchmaking love affair persists today, as his hit show Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee allows for front-row viewing of some fantastic watch spotting. He still champions Breitling, be it the Navitimer or the Aerospace, as well as other vintage classics such as the Heuer “Siffert” Autavia, or his Rolex Daytona 6239. That particular Rolex was initially gifted to British racing driver Mr Vic Elford for winning the 1968 24 Hours of Daytona in his Porsche 907.

01. Mr Jerry Seinfeld

Mr Jerry Seinfeld in the street

As the co-creator, writer and star of the eponymous American sitcom, Mr Jerry Seinfeld was once named the 12th greatest stand-up comedian of all time. That accolade speaks for itself, having become a staple of the modern US comedy landscape. Seinfeld’s horological heart belongs to Breitling. Photographed here in 1990, he can be seen wearing a Chronomat on its bullet bracelet – an iconic design, brought back in 2020 – complete with accents of 18k yellow gold on the bezel rider tabs, pushers and crown. The watchmaking love affair persists today, as his hit show Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee allows for front-row viewing of some fantastic watch spotting. He still champions Breitling, be it the Navitimer or the Aerospace, as well as other vintage classics such as the Heuer “Siffert” Autavia, or his Rolex Daytona 6239. That particular Rolex was initially gifted to British racing driver Mr Vic Elford for winning the 1968 24 Hours of Daytona in his Porsche 907.

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